Wyoming Tactical in cooperation with Full Spectrum Enterprises to become a one resource outlet for training, equipment and services related to firearms, self defense and personal preparedness.
In addition to training, and equipment, Full Spectrum brings to the table custom Cerakoting, AR Rifle and AR Pistol manufacturing, and FFL transfer capabilities as well as certified gunsmithing.
Wyoming Tactical is a training company that has focused on progressive self defense training based on biomechanics, neuroscience, and real world encounters to provide students with skills and tactics that work in the broadest sphere of circumstances.
Jason Crotteau is the owner and lead instructor for Wyoming Tactical. WyoTac was launched officially in 2015 in order to bring more comprehensive firearms training to Wyoming.
Credentials and Certifications include:
Pro Shooter for Lucid Optics
Friends of the NRA Vice Chairman, Fremont County, Wyoming
Friends of the NRA Volunteer, Natrona County, Wyoming
NRA Instructor Number: 2201148112
NRA Certified Instructor: Basic Pistol
Women on Target
Refuse to be a Victim
Range Safety Officer
USCCA Instructor Number: 1379009
USCCA Certified Instructor: Concealed Carry and Home Defense Fundamentals
Defensive Shooting Fundamentals Level 1
Defensive Shooting Fundamentals Level 2
I.C.E. Certified Instructor: Intuitive Defensive Shooting
Wyoming Tactical Original Courses: Defensive Carbine
Advanced Defensive Pistol
All Purpose Rifle
Precision Long Range Rifle
Trauma Aid Certified (Dark Angel Medical) 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019
Wyoming Tactical is Insured through Lockton Affinity, Underwritten by Lloyds London, copies of insurance are available by request.
W-9 Also provided on request.
Jesse Phillips is the owner and lead instructor for Full Spectrum Enterprises, (FSE). FSE was established in 2014 to provide combat related firearms training, quality equipment and Cerakote coatings. FSE holds a Class 7 FFL authorizing manufacturing and is pending a SOT for NFA items. FSE is a factory certified Cerakote Applicator.
Credentials and Certifications:
20 years of service in the U.S. Army, Retired in 2020 at the rank of Sergeant First Class.
4 Combat deployments to Iraq including the invasion and occupation of Baghdad.
Crew member and Gunner, Bradley Stinger Fighting Vehicle, (BSFV)
Military Police Squad Leader / Team Leader
Company Operations Sergeant
Movement and Mobility Support Officer / Company Training NCO
Force Protection Watch Commander, 1st Infantry Division and Ft. Riley, Kansas
Physical Security Inspector, Department of Emergency Services, Fort Riley, Kansas
Military Working Dog handler
U.S. Army Recruiting Station Commander
Combat Lifesaver Certified 2010
Physical Security Inspector Certified 2014
Combatives Certified 2008
Military Working Dog Handler Course 2008
Army Instructor Certified 2009
Combat Application Course 2009
Warrior Leader Course 2004
Advanced Leadership Course (Squad Leader) 2010
Senior Leadership Course (Platoon Sergeant) 2014
U.S. Army Military Police School 2005
U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery School, Bradley Stinger Fighting Vehicle (BSFV) 2001
U.S. Army Recruiting School 2015
U.S. Army Station Commanders Course 2017
Copies of Enlisted Records Brief (ERB) and DD214 are available upon request.
This following is an overview of services only. This is a quick view of our classes and a short description Fee structures to be quoted based on location, duration, and number of students.
The following 3 courses are all devoted to handgun training. The only course with a prerequisite in the Advanced Pistol Application course, as it builds on the fundamentals taught in either the IDS course or the Pistol Optics Course.
Intuitive Defensive Shooting
Fundamentals of Defensive Shooting & Intuitive Skill Development
The Balance of Speed & Precision
The Critical Incident Reload
Volume of Fire
Realistic Training for Multiple Target Engagement
Understanding the Body’s Natural Reactions during a Dynamic Critical Incident
The Skill Development Cycle
One Handed & Weak Handed Shooting
Non-Diagnostic Linear Malfunction Clearing
Shooting in Motion (When, How & Why)
Utilizing the points of instruction and performance from both Intuitive Defensive Shooting and Advanced Pistol Application we have developed a course specific to the Red Dot Optic on a handgun.
The Pistol Optics course is designed for those new to Red Dot Optics on a handgun. In this course students will become familiar with a red dot optic on a handgun. With more and more people making the switch it is important to train specifically to the nuances of your gear. Adding a Red Dot to your handgun doesn't magically make you better and in some cases it can even be a detriment to an otherwise good shooter. Understanding how to properly utilize your Red Dot in order to get the best performance is what this course is about. We step you through the changes that you need to make in your technique and training regimine so that you can push your limits and be a better shooter.
Advanced Pistol Application
Balance of Speed and Precision as it relates to longer ranges
Shooting, malfunction clearing, and reloads, one handed, and support side
Working in a 360 degree environment
Broken and unorthodox shooting positions
Use of cover, and environmental exploitation
Shooting on the move
The following courses are based on the AR-15 platform but are not limited to one particular rifle platform or caliber. The principles and the tactics that we teach are based more on motor movement and consistency rather than techniques for a specific platform. The All Purpose Rifle Course is a stand alone course as is the Defensive Rifle Application. We list them together for the purpose of this outline. The difference in the courses is that the All Purpose Rifle focuses more on the overall application and longer range marksmanship and positional shooting, where the Defensive Rifle Application is focused more on the inside of 100 yards faster pace defensive application.
All Purpose Rifle / Defensive Rifle Application
Proper Sight In
Transitions, Right to Left, and also Rifle to Handgun
Understanding the Difference between Skills and Application
Balance of Speed and Precision
Our Precision Rifle Course focuses on techniques and tactics used by military and law enforcement snipers as well as long range rifle competitors to get first round hits on targets out to, and beyond 1000 yards. We focus on the shooter / spotter relationship, communication and how to accurately range targets and read environmentals with minimum equipment. By focusing on the knowledge, we make the student less reliant on the gadgets. This means that you don’t need expensive equipment to accomplish your goals.
Shooting Accurately to 1000 yards and beyond
Ranging targets using either MIL or MOA reticle method
Shooter / Spotter Communication
Setting up a firing position
Camouflage and Concealment
Creating a Dope Chart
Reading and interpreting environmental factors (wind, temperature, etc.)
Our application courses put the student into the operational environment. You will learn skills to keep you alive, and allow you to move, communicate and ultimately get out of hostile territory. Many of these skills transfer from one class to the next, but even though you may have learned a skill in one particular class, being able to use it in a different context or environment only expands your knowledge and expertise.
Map Reading and interpreting the Marginal information on a map
Properly interpreting Topographic Symbols
Understanding Common Colors used on a map
Interpreting Contour intervals
Use of a protractor to determine grid coordinates and plot a location
Converting Azimuths / Utilizing the declination diagram
Navigational Equipment and Methods
Parts of a compass
Shooting an azimuth
Determining a back azimuth
Establishing a pace count
Interpretation of Terrain features
Route Planning for short or long-range orienteering
Intersection / Resection
Small Unit Tactics
Principles of Patrolling
Duties, Responsibilities, and Actions within a Patrol
Use of Silent (Hand and Arm) Signals to Communicate
Utilizing the correct Movement Formations based on situation and terrain
Individual and Team Movement Techniques based on situation and terrain
Designation and Occupation of Rally Points
Crossing Danger Areas
Immediate Action Drills based on situation and terrain
Field Craft: Navigation of Terrain, Use of Cover, Concealment and Camouflage, Stalking, and Combat Tracking
Utilizing and understanding the Operations order (OPORD)
Physical Security (Asset Protection)
Physical Security Lighting
Electronic Security systems
Urban Escape and Evasion
Proper balance of speed and security
Setting up an intelligence network
Urban Offensive Operations
Forms of Offensive Urban Maneuver
Urban Defensive Operations
Types of Urban defense
Urban Defense Considerations
Trauma Aid Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TC3) Care under fire
Immediate Life saving functions
Casualty Evaluation (Triage)
Respiration / Breathing
Circulation / Bleeding
Treat for Shock
Assess and treat head and spinal injuries
Assess and treat fractures
Assess and treat burns
Identify and treat Heat and Cold injuries
Prepare for evacuation
In addition to training opportunities, Full Spectrum Enterprises and Wyoming Tactical have access to full lines of equipment and supplies. We can consult with you to get you exactly the right gear for you, saving you the expense and headache of buying substandard, or unnecessary equipment. We believe that by training the skills as you accumulate your kit, you can make more informed decisions and buy right the first time.